Our innovative Premium 4 Stove Fan is a uniquely engineered design. Its blades generate up to 70% more airflow than competitor products, giving you maximum benefit, whilst standing at just 199mm tall.
The Premium 4 fan operates at a low starting temperature (approx. 50°C), which means your living space will be toasty in no time. Simply place the Premium 4 onto the top of your wood-burning stove and feel the warm air distribute further into your room.
The Premium 4 Fan requires no batteries or external power. The heat of the stove top is conducted though the base of the fan and converted to electricity which powers the fan motor. The fan automatically slows and stops as the heat from the stove reduces.
With a durable, hard wearing black anodised finish, the Premium 4 Stove Fan not only looks the part but is designed for everyday use and long lasting performance.
All Valiant heat powered stove fans are ideal for use on wood burning stoves in homes, narrowboats, or mobile homes, and can also be used on kitchen ranges and hobs.
3 year warranty - Only available when purchasing directly from us
Compact design: only 199mm high to fit the tightest of spaces
Low starting temperature – as low as 50°C - perfect for the latest cool-topped stoves
Unrivalled performance – pushing at a huge rate of 420 feet a minute
Thermally controlled actuator for optimum Peltier performance
Dynamically balanced fan for unrivalled motor life, balance & output
Maximum operating temperature 340°C (640°F)
Optimum operating temperature range 80-250°C (175 – 480°F)
Inbuilt protection system to stop the fan overheating
Designed & engineered in the UK
Fully CE compliant
Height (including blade): 199mm Width (including blade): 180mm Base plate width: 110mm Base plate depth: 75mm Total fan depth (approx.): 100mm Weight: 550g
Enjoy a fire with less smoke, reduced chimney deposits and lower environmental pollution thanks to the original Valiant Moisture Meter. The handy device lets you know if your firewood is fully seasoned and ready to go, or if the moisture content is too high for an efficient burn.
How does the moisture meter work?
Fuel quality is the single most important aspect of making a successful fire. To burn effectively the moisture content of firewood needs to be less than 20%, whether it’s being used in an open fire or a stove.Freshly felled timber can have a moisture content of between 30% and 60%, which when burnt can cause dangerous creosote build-up in chimneys.
The Valiant Moisture Meter can also be used in timber, floors and buildings in order to detect and measure moisture content.
Test your firewood is fully seasoned
Measure the moisture content of any wood
Burning fully seasoned wood generates more heat, and reduces both chimney deposits and environmental pollution
Measure moisture content of wood fuels, structural timber and brickwork